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Location: Tianjin, China
Completion Year: 2013
Height: 1,870 ft.
This mixed-use tower will be China's tallest when it is completed. The structure, which is being developed by Chinese firm Matsunichi Hi-Tech, features a striking and ornate crown shape at its top.